On our #trainforreal first aid training courses we aim to make the training stick in peoples’ minds. We try and immerse our delegates in the topic via practical scenarios, casualty simulation and video presentations to ensure they leave the course confident. But three years is a long time to go between courses [obviously we would recommend more frequent training]. So we are in the process of producing first aid training revision tools.
One method we are trying is placing lots of clips onto our YouTube channel, Vimeo and Periscope. All of this content is placed in the public domain to help with first aid training revision. We hope it helps anyone that has been on our first aid training courses, but we aiming to have the content available, free of charge, and if that means other people find it and access it, that’s ok. We just want to make sure that there is maximum change of people getting some form of regular first aid training revision.
First Aid Training Revision
Clearly we would like people to get “hands on”, practical first aid training revision, but if that is not possible for everyone, then hopefully our YouTube channel playlist [below] might be helpful.
Our YouTube channel has a wide range of videos, as we have a wide range of courses. But we have tried to break them down into some helpful playlists. Above is the media first aid training playlist, but feel free to try out some of the others as well.
Don’t forget to return to our channel regularly as we will be updating our first aid training revision tools.
We are looking to launch a smartphone app in the early part of 2016 and would love to hear you ideas of what you would like included.
If you have any feedback on videos you would like on the YouTube Channel or content of the app please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or (+44) 0800 242 5210.